Thanks to a generous grant from the City of Vallejo, an extension of the Participatory Budgeting program, the Humane Society of the North Bay is now offering low-cost spay/neuter surgeries to low-income Vallejo residents until $12,500 in funds are exhausted.
To qualify, Vallejo residents must demonstrate financial need by presenting evidence that they are enrolled in PG&E’s CARE or FERA programs.
Qualifying Vallejo residents will apply to Humane Society of the North Bay for spay/neuter of each animal. Applicants will be limited to a maximum of four cats and four dogs, and will be required to show proof of ownership for each animal. Applicants will pay $20 per animal spay/neuter, and a $25 deposit which we will refund when the applicant keeps their appointment. If the applicant doesn’t keep the appointment, then the deposit will be forfeited.
Humane Society of the North Bay will make appointments with veterinarians, and inform the pet owners. Services provided will include vaccinations, microchip, dog license, and the spay/neuter surgery.